Entry Submitted by D.N. at 10:06 PM EDT on May 19, 2017
An old friend of mine posted this story on Facebook. Reading it broke my heart, and had me crumbling to pieces, and I still don't know why, but it hurt so much.
Even though I knew this was the life they chose to live...but it hurt so much.
What hurt most is that throughout the story I had to keep reminding myself that this was real...a real experience for him.
Even looking at it from a birds-eye view didn't change the fact that it shaped his life. It defined who he came to be.
I felt horrible for automatically doubting the writer, just because his story was hard, even though it was true.
I let myself live on a pedestal and I'm sick of it.
I agree with Sarah, and For Us as well.
I don't have the right to judge who should or shouldn't get to finish this Ascension race, based on who got there first.
If that's where my feelings took me, then my feelings were wrong, and I was wrong for letting them dominate my perception, instead of guiding it.
It's one thing if you're actively trying to derail others and remove them from the race. I say that does warrant disqualification, without question.
But if you're simply going at a slower pace...hm.
They're too busy trying to survive, to consider thriving.
So I'll do my best to ease that burden, the first chance I get, to make it easier to light the way for those whose eyes aren't as strong.
As inexperienced as I am, as a humanitarian, one of the first things I choose to do is to arrange for a program that erases consumer debts, household-by-household.
NESARA isn't coming fast enough for my liking. So rather than griping and moaning, I choose to do something about it, from right out the gate.
Even if I help only one household, that's one more person who might finish the race.
If you also have programs like this in mind, I encourage it. There should be no competition when it comes to helping others. Only Harmony.
Plus, if there are multiple programs looking to buy their debts, it gives the clients more options and a greater sense of abundance, I feel.
If they still want to forgo the Ascension race for their cave of Limitation, so be it.
But for those who simply needed a hand to get back on their feet, it could make all the difference.